The Windies victory over Sri Lanka have made some significant changes to the rankings. For how much longer will England be able to hold on to places in the Test XI?
I signed up for Camp NanoWrimo and I am nervously excited about it.
The Test XI has revealed quite a few surprises. Numbers have a way of breaking down any preconceived ideas.
An Afghani whitewash caused some unexpected results in the Cricket Portfolio T20I Index.
I was wrong. 42 runs to be precise. I made a statement yesterday that the Windies would bat until Powell scored a 100 or got out. He got out for … Continue Reading Windies vs. Sri Lanka Test One Day Four
Dowrich stands tall on a strong batting pitch
The bottom line is this. If Pakistan wins this test match then England drop to number 7 in the ICC test ranking. If this pressure was not enough Stoneman has … Continue Reading England vs. Pakistan Test 2 Preview
Afghanistan won the series but how did they fare?
The Global T20 league in Canada adds to existing problems and does not go far enough to solve any of the problems that cricket is facing.
The T20I between Afghanistan and Bangladesh kicks off the T20 version of the Cricket Portfolio Index. How will the rankings play out?
A drawn test but who was the actual winner?
England’s victory seems a hollow victory.
England have a 128 run lead worth about 200. How many more can they get?
Can England do as well on Day two as they did on Day one.
Let’s face it no one ever knows which Pakistani side is going to turn up when they take the field. At the beginning of the first test, Wasim Akram mentioned … Continue Reading Cricket Portfolio Index – Pakistan: A resurgent force.
Is England’s weakness really it’s batsmen?